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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, November 5

12:54 PM CST on November 5, 2019

    • Construction of Pace Pulse stations temporarily stopped due to permit problems cited by CDOT (Patch)
    • Man charged with DUI, reckless homicide in fatal Oak Forest crash (Sun-Times)
    • Woman charged with DUI in Lawndale crash that hurt 2 Chicago police officers (WBBM)
    • Lake County Forest Preserve District won't chip in on local bike-share program (Herald)
    • Kids' guidebook author discusses places she discovered while biking around the city (Sun-Times)
    • Transit Tees, maker of the "Loop" card game, has a new board game based on the 'L' (Sun-Times)
    • Matt McAuliffe discusses his book on Chicago cycling history 11/13 at Earth Rider (Chainlink)

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